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Christophe Galfard Sayings

The Very Small Quantum World, It Seems, Is A Mixture Of Possibilities. The Quantum Fields To Which All Particles Belong Are The Sum Of These Possibilities And, Somehow, One Possibility Is Chosen Out Of All The Existing Ones Just By Seeing It, Just By The Very Act Of Detecting It, Whenever One Tries To Probe A Particle's Nature. Nobody Knows Why Or How This Happens.

Christophe Galfard Sayings: The Very Small Quantum World, It Seems, Is A Mixture Of Possibilities. The Quantum Fields To Which All Particles Belong Are The Sum Of These Possibilities And, Somehow, One Possibility Is Chosen Out Of All The Existing Ones Just By Seeing It, Just By The Very Act Of Detecting It, Whenever One Tries To Probe A Particle's Nature. Nobody Knows Why Or How This Happens.

Christophe Galfard Sayings: The Very Small Quantum World, It Seems, Is A Mixture Of Possibilities. The Quantum Fields To Which All Particles Belong Are The Sum Of These Possibilities And, Somehow, One Possibility Is Chosen Out Of All The Existing Ones Just By Seeing It, Just By The Very Act Of Detecting It, Whenever One Tries To Probe A Particle's Nature. Nobody Knows Why Or How This Happens.

Christophe Galfard Sayings: The Very Small Quantum World, It Seems, Is A Mixture Of Possibilities. The Quantum Fields To Which All Particles Belong Are The Sum Of These Possibilities And, Somehow, One Possibility Is Chosen Out Of All The Existing Ones Just By Seeing It, Just By The Very Act Of Detecting It, Whenever One Tries To Probe A Particle's Nature. Nobody Knows Why Or How This Happens.

Christophe Galfard Sayings: The Very Small Quantum World, It Seems, Is A Mixture Of Possibilities. The Quantum Fields To Which All Particles Belong Are The Sum Of These Possibilities And, Somehow, One Possibility Is Chosen Out Of All The Existing Ones Just By Seeing It, Just By The Very Act Of Detecting It, Whenever One Tries To Probe A Particle's Nature. Nobody Knows Why Or How This Happens.

Christophe Galfard Sayings: The Very Small Quantum World, It Seems, Is A Mixture Of Possibilities. The Quantum Fields To Which All Particles Belong Are The Sum Of These Possibilities And, Somehow, One Possibility Is Chosen Out Of All The Existing Ones Just By Seeing It, Just By The Very Act Of Detecting It, Whenever One Tries To Probe A Particle's Nature. Nobody Knows Why Or How This Happens.

Christophe Galfard Sayings: The Very Small Quantum World, It Seems, Is A Mixture Of Possibilities. The Quantum Fields To Which All Particles Belong Are The Sum Of These Possibilities And, Somehow, One Possibility Is Chosen Out Of All The Existing Ones Just By Seeing It, Just By The Very Act Of Detecting It, Whenever One Tries To Probe A Particle's Nature. Nobody Knows Why Or How This Happens.

Christophe Galfard Sayings: The Very Small Quantum World, It Seems, Is A Mixture Of Possibilities. The Quantum Fields To Which All Particles Belong Are The Sum Of These Possibilities And, Somehow, One Possibility Is Chosen Out Of All The Existing Ones Just By Seeing It, Just By The Very Act Of Detecting It, Whenever One Tries To Probe A Particle's Nature. Nobody Knows Why Or How This Happens.

Christophe Galfard Sayings: The Very Small Quantum World, It Seems, Is A Mixture Of Possibilities. The Quantum Fields To Which All Particles Belong Are The Sum Of These Possibilities And, Somehow, One Possibility Is Chosen Out Of All The Existing Ones Just By Seeing It, Just By The Very Act Of Detecting It, Whenever One Tries To Probe A Particle's Nature. Nobody Knows Why Or How This Happens.

Christophe Galfard Sayings: The Very Small Quantum World, It Seems, Is A Mixture Of Possibilities. The Quantum Fields To Which All Particles Belong Are The Sum Of These Possibilities And, Somehow, One Possibility Is Chosen Out Of All The Existing Ones Just By Seeing It, Just By The Very Act Of Detecting It, Whenever One Tries To Probe A Particle's Nature. Nobody Knows Why Or How This Happens.

Christophe Galfard Sayings: The Very Small Quantum World, It Seems, Is A Mixture Of Possibilities. The Quantum Fields To Which All Particles Belong Are The Sum Of These Possibilities And, Somehow, One Possibility Is Chosen Out Of All The Existing Ones Just By Seeing It, Just By The Very Act Of Detecting It, Whenever One Tries To Probe A Particle's Nature. Nobody Knows Why Or How This Happens.

Christophe Galfard Sayings: The Very Small Quantum World, It Seems, Is A Mixture Of Possibilities. The Quantum Fields To Which All Particles Belong Are The Sum Of These Possibilities And, Somehow, One Possibility Is Chosen Out Of All The Existing Ones Just By Seeing It, Just By The Very Act Of Detecting It, Whenever One Tries To Probe A Particle's Nature. Nobody Knows Why Or How This Happens.

Christophe Galfard Sayings: The Very Small Quantum World, It Seems, Is A Mixture Of Possibilities. The Quantum Fields To Which All Particles Belong Are The Sum Of These Possibilities And, Somehow, One Possibility Is Chosen Out Of All The Existing Ones Just By Seeing It, Just By The Very Act Of Detecting It, Whenever One Tries To Probe A Particle's Nature. Nobody Knows Why Or How This Happens.

Christophe Galfard Sayings: The Very Small Quantum World, It Seems, Is A Mixture Of Possibilities. The Quantum Fields To Which All Particles Belong Are The Sum Of These Possibilities And, Somehow, One Possibility Is Chosen Out Of All The Existing Ones Just By Seeing It, Just By The Very Act Of Detecting It, Whenever One Tries To Probe A Particle's Nature. Nobody Knows Why Or How This Happens.

Christophe Galfard Sayings: The Very Small Quantum World, It Seems, Is A Mixture Of Possibilities. The Quantum Fields To Which All Particles Belong Are The Sum Of These Possibilities And, Somehow, One Possibility Is Chosen Out Of All The Existing Ones Just By Seeing It, Just By The Very Act Of Detecting It, Whenever One Tries To Probe A Particle's Nature. Nobody Knows Why Or How This Happens.

Christophe Galfard Sayings: The Very Small Quantum World, It Seems, Is A Mixture Of Possibilities. The Quantum Fields To Which All Particles Belong Are The Sum Of These Possibilities And, Somehow, One Possibility Is Chosen Out Of All The Existing Ones Just By Seeing It, Just By The Very Act Of Detecting It, Whenever One Tries To Probe A Particle's Nature. Nobody Knows Why Or How This Happens.